Shah Rukh Khan, who co-owns the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) team Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR), flew down to Trinidad & Tobago (T&T) to support his team for their second fixture.

The defending champions TKR had an impressive start to their season as they defeated St Lucia Stars by 100 runs. For their next game, the team posted the highest total in CPL, but failed to defend it as Andre Russell’s century helped Jamaica Tallawahs win the match by 4 wickets in the last over.

Despite the loss, SRK’s smile and dance moves caught everyone’s attention. From meeting the Prime Minister of T&T to dancing with the cheerleaders to greeting his players, King Khan aced it with his all-round performance.

SRK sways with the cheerleaders during the innings break



A sports enthusiast, the 52-year-old actor is known for his love and commitment to both of his teams – Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and TKR. While for KKR, SRK chants “Korbo, Lorbo, Jeetbo Re” for TKR it is “Play, Fight, Win, Repeat.”

SRK met Trinidad & Tobago’s Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley


SRK shook a leg with skipper Dwayne Bravo in the team’s official anthem, “Bowl them Out” that reiterates “We is the Champions.” TKR will now face St Kitts and Nevis Patriots in their third fixture on Sunday